ANAHEIM -- Anaheim Ducks center Ryan Kesler was scratched from the game against the Edmonton Oilers on Wednesday to rest.
Center - ANA
GOALS: 20 | ASST: 27 | PTS: 47
SOG: 200 | +/-: -2
The move was expected because Kesler is healing from what is believed to be an arm injury. He participated in the morning skate but Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau
wouldn’t say if Kesler would play against the Oilers at Honda Center.
Kesler has played in 78 games, the most by a Ducks player this season, along with left wing Andrew Cogliano. Kesler has 47 points, the most he’s had since scoring 49 in 2011-12.
Rickard Rakell replaced Kesler place on the second line.